W2364EP 2G/3G Cellular Libraries Element
The Advanced Design System (ADS) 2G/3G Cellular Libraries Element is a collection of 2G and newer 3G cellular (but not including 3GPP LTE) wireless standards for the development of the RF-PHY of multi-mode and multi-band cellular equipment; or to verify effects of interference from competing cellular signals on single mode equipment.
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Comprehensive descriptions of each of the standards are summarized in the wireless library chart below.
|Design Libraries included in this element|
|3GPP FDD W-CDMA||Provides behavioral models, and pre-configured Test and Verification setups which evaluate design performance parameters such as Adjacent Leakage Ratio (ACLR), Error Vector Magnitude (EVM), Peak Code Domain Error, coded Bit Error Rate (BER), and more.|
|CDMA||Provides system-level design capability based on the TIA/EIA-95 technical specifications.|
|CDMA 1xEV||Provides transmitter (RF) design and verification capabilities which include power amplifier (PA) testing with complex signal sources.|
|CDMA2000||Helps communication and RF system designers perform system-level tradeoff, requirement partitioning, and performance verification based on TIA IS-2000 standards.|
|EDGE||Helps communication and RF system designers perform system-level tradeoff, requirement partitioning, and performance verification via key transmitter and receiver measurements.|
|GSM||Enables you to assemble a GSM system design using behavioral models and examples and verify performance with transmitter and receiver metrics such as Bit Error Rate (BER), Frame Error Rate (FER) and Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (ACPR).|
|High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA)||Provides preconfigured simulation setups, signal sources and fully coded BER analysis for simulation of the circuitry used in 3GPP fast uplink designs.|
|TD-SCDMA||Provides behavioral models, and pre-configured Test and Verification setups which evaluate design performance parameters such as Error Vector Magnitude (EVM), Power versus Time, Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF), and coded Bit Error Rate (BER), and more.|